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No Credit Check Loans A Help for Troublesome Times

September 25th, 2022

Is the “Guaranteed Approval” Real?

Many No Credit Check loans claim to offer a “Guaranteed Approval” on the loan. While this claim seems too good to be true, there’s more to it than meets the eye in the first glance.

I have read into the finer lines of many such loan offers and also spoken to some past borrowers and here I shall share what it truly means – which can vary a little from lender to lender but at a broader sense, remain fairly standard.

The first thing to keep in mind, is that lenders of the No Credit Check loans being non-bank entities, are able to offer a very flexible sum of amount. Some lenders can choose to offer loans for as little as $100. Maybe even lower but I didn’t find any such mention.

The second thing is that the marketing and terminology is worded in a way that it assumes qualification for the loan. If you do not qualify for their loan i.e., if you do not meet their eligibility criteria, there’s anyways no question of an approval. This also encompasses what amount you shall be eligible for borrowing.

Given these facts, it is fair to state that provided you apply for your loans of an amount that their eligibility criteria can accommodate and provided that you meet the rest of the eligibility requirements, your loans shall be approved with certainty. The catch here is that it’s hard to know for sure, what amount can be approved. Some lenders tend to make counter-offers to borrowers when they deem the borrower ineligible for the amount that’s being applied for.

Conclusion

Loans are available in so many ways and forms with so many labels today, that it gets confusing these days for the borrowers. No Credit Check loans also come under multiple labels and are typically offered by non-bank direct lenders. Being riskier for the lender, they tend to be a higher expense loan but the government regulations ensure transparency by mandating APRs to be disclosed and by eliminating compounded interest which tends to make lower interest rates far more expensive over time. The other advantage can be the very short term – which can be useful to many borrowers.